Management of UEA bets on the sale of cheap works

Current Secretary-General of the Union of Angolan Writers (center) is concerned about the reduction of prices on literary works

The Secretary-General of the Angolan Writers' Union said that the UAS intends to create more active policies for books to get cheaper to bookstores

The project, which is one of the UEA's priorities for the next few years, is, as the new Secretary-General explained, a desire of some national authors and most of the readers "who are still claiming for the high values charged for the purchase of a book, often far beyond the pocket of the citizen. "

David Capelenguela, who replaces Carmo Neto at the head of the institution, added that only with the implementation of measures of that kind, able to make the book accessible to readers, "may also increase the level of consumers and only from there, we can start thinking about having an increasingly critical society. "

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